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COVID-19 hits B.C. men harder than women

COVID-19 hits B.C. men harder than women

Women outnumber men in being infected, but their infections are less serious
COVID-19: Vancouver receives 46 applications for temporary patios

COVID-19: Vancouver receives 46 applications for temporary patios

Total of 14 permits issued for temporary patios since city opened applications June 1

Top Mountie in Kelowna transferred after videos show officer punching suspect

KELOWNA, B.C. — The top Mountie in Kelowna, B.C., has been transferred to another job days after videos emerged of an officer punching a suspect. Supt.
Four-day work week not ‘off the table:’ Horgan

Four-day work week not ‘off the table:’ Horgan

Higher productivity over fewer workdays key to idea: Fraser Institute
COVID-19 hits B.C. men harder than women

COVID-19 hits B.C. men harder than women

Women outnumber men in being infected, but their infections are less serious
Restart B.C. economy faster depending on region? Not for now, premier says

Restart B.C. economy faster depending on region? Not for now, premier says

There remains just one plan for reopening every corner of the province at the same time
Governments pump money into B.C. tourism organizations

Governments pump money into B.C. tourism organizations

Feds provide $1.5 million in new money while Destination BC provides $400,000.
This Halloween last one for residents to set off fireworks in Vancouver

This Halloween last one for residents to set off fireworks in Vancouver

Fines for violations under city’s fire bylaw proposed to double to $1,000 per offence
Peter Leitch: Facing changes in the film sector

Peter Leitch: Facing changes in the film sector

Business in Vancouver’s Business Leadership Series is a 10-part series of discussions with prominent business leaders

Nature Conservancy adds bunchgrass savannah to protected areas within B.C.

INVERMERE, B.C. — The Nature Conservancy of Canada has added to its area of protected lands in southeastern British Columbia with the addition of prime grassland and forest. The not-for-profit land conservation organization says it has acquired 2.